Web Content Management

In order to better service our clients, CyDezines offer a complete and powerful Content Management System, or CMS solution for websites. This allows our clients to update their website news, events, corporate documents and other important end user information without requiring an in-house IT manager or a web designer. With our content management system, updating and editing your website is as easy as sending an email and attaching a document to it. 

DZcms is a Content Management System (CMS) designed for organisations of all sizes whether you are a small enterprise, a corporation or an academic institution, we have the right solution for you.

Some of the features of DZcms CMS are: 

  • Easily add images and graphics.
  • Edit and Update text with a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor.
  • Create & delete web pages with the click of a button.
  • Easily link to other websites, PDF documents or images in your site.
  • Quickly add or remove main navigation elements
Our aim is to make management and update of your website as easy as possible for you, and also to minimize your ongoing development costs. With DZcms, we give you the power to make any changes you need to your website in a very userfriendly and easy interface, which requires no developer skills whatsoever.

1) OK, so what is a Content Management System?
A Content Management System (CMS) is a web-based interface (linked to a database) that allows users to update a website (adjusting existing content, or adding new pages) without having to know any HTML. At its simplest, that might mean correcting a spelling mistake or updating a phone number on an existing page.

However, a more useful example is something that’s much more complex and entirely normal: posting a new press release. The user logs in, adds the heading to a specific field, enters the body (main text) of the release, and finishes by selecting some categories to describe the story. 

The CMS will automatically put the title, date and first paragraph on the homepage, create a new page for the release, and also add the story to an archive by date and category. More complex systems have extra features such as review and approval processes, or timed publishing (and removal).

2) What are the benefits?
Many people using existing CMS’s just assume that this is how all sites are updated. But without one, the above example would involve manually changing several existing pages (the homepage and archives), and creating a new page from scratch for the story itself. Then if you wanted any other page to link to the release – such as a list of latest stories in the sidebar of pages – you’d have to change all those manually as well. 

A CMS drastically speeds up these tedious steps, and simplifies the site updating process, freeing up the technical people (assuming you have any) to do other work. And it means the people who know the content are the ones who can update the website

3) OK, I’m sold – how much will it cost?
How long is a piece of string? You can get a CMS for nothing, or spend up to several hundred thousand euros. It really depends how complex your site is, and what you need it do. What is often overlooked are other essential costs: training, customisation, and ongoing support. Our prices start from €1025 for our content management system DZcms which includes website development and features including search, gallery, contact form and more. If you would like more information on content management systems for your business, please contact us.